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I remember the first time I saw deflected doubleweave—it was a set of scarves woven by Madelyn and featured in the January/February 2007 issue of Handwoven. They…

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When most people think of Marie Antoinette, chances are that images of an elaborately dressed woman with a gravity-defying coiffure come to mind. While the doomed queen…

The post Marie Antoinette and Muslin Disease appeared first on Interweave.

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Handwoven Loom Theory: 8-Shaft Scarf Collection is not just a celebration of weaving and complex designs, but also of fine yarns—silk, wool, lyocell, and linen—from well-loved yarn…

The post Enjoy Each Pattern in <em>Handwoven Loom Theory 8-Shaft Collection</em> appeared first on Interweave.

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I love the great outdoors, but sometimes I want to go where the lights are bright and take a vacation in a big city. I spent a…

The post Hit the City Streets With <em>Little Looms</em> appeared first on Interweave.

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We understand that when the fell line at the selvedges starts smiling, our selvedge warp threads are too loose. But when this happens mid-project, is it better…

The post Ask Madelyn: Fixing Smiling Selvedges appeared first on Interweave.

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Throughout my pregnancy and H’s first year, we were gifted many baby blankets. Some were store bought, including extra-warm fleecy blankets and ethereally thin muslin blankets for…

The post My Favorite Baby Blanket Is Basically a Towel appeared first on Interweave.

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Interweave » Weaving by Tamara Schmiege - 1w ago

Before I became an associate editor at Handwoven, I spent several lovely years working in the education department of the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum.…

The post Las Cruces Fiber Fiesta appeared first on Interweave.

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Jennifer Moore is the undisputed diva of doubleweave. Which is why we are so proud to have worked with her on both of her doubleweave workshops: Doubleweave…

The post A Doubleweave Doubleheader appeared first on Interweave.

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When my husband and I started planning our first vacations together, we had a realization. He is firmly a Mountain Person, while I am a Beach Person.…

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When I wish to weave at a particular ppi, do I count the threads under tension or with slack tension? I like to count when the tension…

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